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“You know what is not fungible, scarce and valuable to me? My time! So if you wish to persuade me NFT are a good thing, you should pay me a fair amount of real money to make me listen your bullshit”

From now on this will be my standard reply to NFT harassment.

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  • 3
    NFT in most cases seams more like buying art as an investment.

    Sure there are more useful usages but those probably do not need to beat the NFT drum for attention ;)
  • 1
    It's interesting that the biggest enemies, doing the most harm to NFTs are the proponents of NFTs themselves.
  • 2
    @theKarlisK the one doing most harm to NFT is NFT
  • 1
    I had a similar approach to bitcoin back in the late 2000s. I could be sitting on beach somewhere today if I had paid attention.
  • 2
    @nibor hindsight is always 20/20.

    The problem is that left in the dust are hundreds of other projects that “could” have been the next big thing and if you where to hedge all bets you would either go broke from all that failed or invest to little to really be economically independent.

    So I find that its never a good idea to think “what if” after the fact.

    You made a decision based on then available information.
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